Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix Information
The Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix is a motor racing event part of the Formula 1 racing events. It is considered one of
Formula 1’s most challenging and unique tracks, and this year the Grand Prix will be 61 laps of the 5.063 kilometres on Sunday, October 2. The venue of the Grand Prix is the Marina Bay Street Circuit. Moreover, it features an incredible lineup of A-list concerts. It is known for featuring at least one safety car in every car edition, with 21 car deployments as of 2019.
It was first organised in 1961, and the race was then called Orient Year Grand Prix. It was later renamed the Singapore Grand Prix in 1966 after Singapore became a sovereign country. But several reasons led it to discontinue after 1973. At that time, it was under the Formula Libre. Finally, in 2008, the Singapore GP Pte Ltd signed an agreement that later led to Singapore’s first formula 1 event in the 15th round of the 2008 FIA Formula 1 Championship. It was the first night-time in Formula 1 history in the same year.
The circuit has a bumpy street surface coupled with humid conditions giving the drivers less to think. The 23 corners work the wheel a lot. It is famous for its Turn 18, which sees the drivers pass underneath a grandstand.
Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix schedule
Timings are according to the UTC.
|September 30||First Practice Session||15:30 to 16:30|
|September 30||Second Practice Session||18:30 to 19:00|
|October 1||Third Practice Session||15:30 to 16:30|
|October 1||Qualifying Session||18:30 to 19:00|
|October 2||Grand Prix||17:30 to 19:30|
Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix history
In the given table, events that are not a part of Formula 1 haven’t been considered.
Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix ranking
In the given table, racers who weren’t a part of the Formula 1 events weren’t considered.
|Lewis Hamilton||4||United Kingdom|
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